As we continue our recovery and cleanup efforts, please visit the Emergency website for the latest information on openings and closings in Miami-Dade County.
On the hunt for your dream job? Prepare now by building a stellar resume, honing your interviewing skills, and learning how to properly follow up after an interview.
Be Prepared. Master These Skills First!
Developing a well-written resume is essential to a successful job search. A resume brings your qualifications to life and shows that you are a perfect fit for the job by summarizing your education, employment history, and skills in one brief document.
The interview is your time to shine! Make your first impression a great one with the tips and resources below:
After the Interview
Check out the resources below to help you stand out from the crowd after an interview and arm yourself with the information necessary to negotiate the best salary possible.
Greater Miami Service Corps
Greater Miami Service Corps program and services are designed to improve the knowledge, skills and abilities of youth to move toward achieving their full potential through youth development services and the leveraging of public/private resources.
Apply for County Jobs
Join the dynamic family of Miami-Dade County employees. Miami-Dade County is a rewarding place to work, with great benefits and a stimulating work environment. Miami-Dade County is an equal opportunity employer for minorities and women, maintains an alcohol and drug-free workplace, and does not discriminate on the basis of disability.
Miami-Dade Parks Summer Jobs
You can be a part of all the fun that's happening at Miami-Dade Parks next summer! Applications will be accepted for a variety of summer jobs including pool managers, lifeguards, swim instructors, park service aides, and recreation leaders.
CareerSource South Florida's "Ready To Work - Employment Program"
CareerSource South Florida's Ready to Work Employment Program provides young adults, ages 18-24 years of age, the opportunity to enhance their work-readiness skills while earning an income. Requirements include residing in Miami-Dade County, being a U.S. citizen or eligible to work in the U.S., not a high school student and income eligible.Back to Top Page Last Edited: Tue Mar 15, 2016 4:11:12 PM
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